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Aeschines, On the Embassy, section 75 (search)
I replied that we must indeed remember all these, but must imitate the wisdom of our forefathers, and beware of their mistakes and their unseasonable jealousies; I urged that we should emulate the battle that we fought at Plataea, the struggles off the shores of Salamis, the battles of Marathon and Artemisium, and the generalship of Tolmides, who with a thousand picked men of the Athenians fearlessly marched straight through the Peloponnesus, the enemy's country.
Aeschines, Against Ctesiphon, section 116 (search)
Aeschines, Against Ctesiphon, section 162 (search)
For, as the people of the Paralus say,The citizen crew of the dispatch-ship Paralus. and those who have been ambassadors to Alexander—and the story is sufficiently credible—there is one Aristion, a man of Plataean status,The “Plataean status” was that of foreigners （slaves in some cases） who had received citizenship in return for services to the state. The status was named “Plataean” after those Plataean exiles who were made Athenian citizens after the destruction of Plataea in the fifth year of the Peloponnesian war. son of Aristobulus the apothecary, known perhaps to some of you. This young man, distinguished for extraordinary beauty of person, once lived a long time in Demosthenes' house （what he used to do there or what was done to him, is a scandal that is in dispute, and the story is one that would be quite improper for me to repeat）. Now I am told that this Aristion, his origin and personal history being unknown to the king, is worming himself into favour with
Aeschines, Against Ctesiphon, section 259 (search)
you now propose to crown with a golden crown Demosthenes, a man who has not indeed “transported” the gold of the Medes, but has received it as a bribe, and keeps it to this day. Think you not that Themistocles and those who died at Marathon and at Plataea, and the very sepulchres of your fathers, will groan aloud, if the man who admits that he has negotiated with the barbarians against the Greeks shall receive a cr